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We weren't sure what was going on during the final day of Wimbledon at the All England Club, so we asked Page 2 readers to sneak a peak and give us the skinny.
Here are the best captions from more than 3,300 responses we've received.
One can only wish that Anna would do whatever it took to show up at Center Court on the final day.
At Wimbledon, rookie ball boys must endure some serious hazing.
Desperate to prove his masculinity, William dived across the court and over the net -- much to his chagrin, the "let" was not called.
How women count sheep.
Men's tennis is em-bare-ass-ing!
In a true Cinderella story, sleeper Ben Dover made waves at Wimbledon.
Questionable calls against Kournikova became just too much for the Sports Guy to handle.
This is the last time we hire drunk Irish ball boys!
Prince William on a bender.
"It was an honest mistake," said Penthouse magazine spokesman.
MTV's "Jackass: All England."
A crazed Viagra abuser confirms the net is indeed regulation.
Charlie Steiner proclaims his love for Anna in an emotional midcourt moment.
It's gettin' hot in heeerrrre! ...
Not to be outdone by soccer players, tennis elite now strip down and celebrate each match point.
Aussie, and champion, Lleyton Hewitt tries to celebrate like a true European ... nudie style!
Wimbledon breaks tradition and experiments with night time play thanks to man-made moonlight.
White outfit?! I've got your white outfit right here!
A disgruntled Wimbledon fan demonstrates that not all Brits are born with a silver spoon up their arse.
With no Agassi, Roddick, or Anna around on Saturday, NBC must resort to alternate sources of sexual exploitation.
After failing to advance (again), Anna thought this would be a nice way to change the crowds' attention from her hideous backhand, to her lovely backside.
And here is the real caption from Reuters: Mark Roberts, a self-described serial streaker, dives over the net July 7 during the men's singles final between Argentina's David Nalbandian and Australia's Lleyton Hewitt at the Wimbledon tennis championships. Reuters/Ian Hodgson